Washington’s Jayden White, an Everett High School alum, earned Division I first-team All-America honors. (Red Box Pictures)

Washington’s Jayden White, an Everett High School alum, earned Division I first-team All-America honors. (Red Box Pictures)

Community roundup: Roe, White earn All-America nods again

Plus, Jackson alum Justin Limberg places at the D-III men’s swimming nationals, two Silvertips are named all-stars and much more.

Taylor Roe and Jayden White just continue to pile up All-American honors.

The Snohomish County products each earned first-team All-American distinction with their efforts at the NCAA Division I Indoor Track & Field Championships on March 10-11 in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Roe, a graduate of Lake Stevens High School who’s now a senior at Oklahoma State University, earned two All-American honors. She earned individual honors by placing third in the women’s 3,000 meters — the event she won last year — in a time of 9 minutes, 13.22 seconds, which was three seconds behind the winner, Katelyn Tuohy from North Carolina State. Roe was also part of the Cowgirls’ distance medley relay team that placed sixth in 11:02.57. Roe led Oklahoma State to a 21st finish in the team competition.

White, a graduate of Everett High School who’s now a junior at the University of Washington, placed fifth in the men’s weight throw with a distance of 73 feet, 11 inches. White, who was fourth last year, came into the event ranked just 11th. But he uncorked a season-best throw on his first attempt to earn his spot on the podium, finishing six feet behind champion Isaiah Rogers of Kennesaw State. He helped the Huskies finish fourth in the team standings.

Limberg places at D-III swim nationals

Jackson High School graduate Justin Limberg, now a junior on the Johns Hopkins University men’s swim team, was part of a Blue Jays 200-meter medley relay team that placed eighth at the NCAA Division III National Championships on March 15-18 in Greensboro, North Carolina.

Limberg swam the breaststroke leg as Johns Hopkins finished in a time of 1:28.38. It was the third-fastest time in school history.

Silvertips’ Berezowski, Roest named all-stars

Everett Silvertips forwards Jackson Berezowski and Austin Roest were named U.S. Division all-stars for the 2022-23 season.

Berezowski, an overager from Yorkton, Saskatchewan, was named to the first team. Berezowski finished with 48 goals and 33 assists in 62 games. His 48 goals ranked third in the league, and it set a new franchise record for goals in a season. He was a second-team selection last season.

Roest, who’s in his 18-year-old season and hails from Coldstream, B.C., was named to the second team. Roest finished with 32 goals and 46 assists in 60 games, more than doubling his scoring output from the previous season.

Glacier Peak grad Curtis earns softball honor

Glacier Peak High School graduate Kendall Curtis, now a senior infielder on the University of Montana softball team, was named the Big Sky Conference Player of the Week for March 6-12.

Curtis batted 6-for-11 with three RBI as the Grizzlies went 2-3.

For the season Curtis is batting .250 with two home runs and 12 RBI in 27 games for the 4-23 Grizzlies.

Daugherty earns another GNAC honor

Lake Stevens High School graduate Lizzy Daugherty, now a junior on the Seattle Pacific University women’s track and field team, was named the Great Northwest Athletic Conference’s Women’s Field Athlete of the Week for March 20-26. It is the second time this month that Daugherty won the award.

Daugherty recorded an NCAA Division II Championships provisional qualifying mark of 12 feet, 3.25 inches in winning the pole vault at the Point Loma Collegiate Invitational on Saturday. Her mark is tied for 18th in NCAA Division II this season.

EvCC’s Holbert wins weekly NWAC award

Everett Community College baseball pitcher Elias Holbert was named the Northwest Athletic Conference Baseball Pitcher of the Week for March 13-19. The sophomore right-hander from Sherwood, Oregon, allowed just one hit and two walks over seven shutout innings while striking out seven in a start against Columbia Basin.

For the season Holbert is 1-0 with a 1.31 ERA over 20.2 innings.

EdC, EvCC teams ranked

Three Snohomish County teams were ranked in the first Northwest Athletic Conference baseball and softball coaches polls of the season. In the baseball poll, Edmonds (2-0 North Region, 16-6 overall) was ranked No. 2 while Everett (2-2, 11-13) was ranked No. 10. In the softball poll, Everett (2-0, 7-1) was ranked No. 8.

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